Google Meet changes make Hand Raise requests visible
After initiating the most important part Raise Your Hand in In numbers, Google has now made it very useful for all mobile phones. With the latest Google Meet, it’s easy for Admin to recognize raised hands, talk to participants and get in line, Google he announced.
The new features include a visual image and animation on video, showcasing animated animations to show the name of the participants (above). A handkerchief for people with raised hands can be moved to appear on the panel and be seen along with “obedient notices to all participants when I raise the first hand,” Google said.
Admins will also see clicks to show the number of hands raised and connect with people who are participating and raising their hands. To avoid confusion, the hand of the participants will be lowered as soon as they speak.
These new features will be available at conferences across a wide range of Google products, with the exception of G Suite Basic, Google Workspace Business Starter customers and Google accounts. It will begin translation as soon as June 16th, with regional releases on June 30, 2021.
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